Ken Blackwell: Trump’s New Chief of Staff and the Re-Election Long Game

President Donald Trump removed former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and appointed former Department of Homeland Security secretary retire Marine Gen. John F. Kelly to the position, and the media has made much ado about it.

The president is making changes to get things done. Former Trump transition team member and present voter integrity commission member Ken Blackwell told Neil Cavuto the deal. It’s about order, discipline, and the need to carry out President Trump’s agenda.

At the end of the day, what does the president want? Listen to Blackwell:

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